This was a service call on a walk in freezer with a blown fuse, I found that there were several electrical shorts down in the evaporators electrical section. We repaired the shorts and got the unit operational.
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23 thoughts on “WALK IN FREEZER BLOWN FUSE

  1. 44R0Ndin says:

    Do you ever see a mess of wires like that and just make it neat "on principle" even if it's not causing problems at the moment you see it?
    That mess of wires bothered me even before you showed us the shorts that were created as a result of it being such a mess.
    I would have taken one look at it, thought to myself "how the heck is someone ever supposed to know which wire does what in this rats nest?", and decided to tidy it up, before even seeing the shorts.
    That's not to say I wouldn't have been looking for shorts to begin with, but seeing that rats nest would put a flag up in the back of my mind to tidy that up after I actually found the problem.
    In my book, if the wiring is a mess there's a problem that needs fixing, even if the unit is functional.
    You did a great job making that mess of wires into something that I'm sure the next tech will appreciate, even if they don't think about it.

  2. Randy mack says:

    well to your last comment, I really appreciate all your videos, I have tried watching others, BUT, most I do not enjoy listening to, there is 1 other I person that I have seen thats pretty good, but I honestly like your way, & talking, its to me the best to learn from

  3. Optime Energy says:

    Your system look so much fun to work on. Alot more room inside the condensing units than the UK. Wedon't have have electrical nuts in the UK as they were banned in the 60s or 70s. Seems to me like it would be good to bend them all to point upwards in the evap. This would encourage any moisture to run away from the termination inside. Great vids thanks for taking the time to make them.

  4. Fernando Garnica says:

    You keep saying I appreciate you for watching my videos, I feel I am the one grateful for you to take the time to film this priceless videos for Us to watch, thank you for such detail and great quality and educational materials you had produced, this is time you had sacrificed from your family, please thank your family for support you in the making of this videos, stay safe and healthy and enjoy your family on this coming Christmas. God blesss you.

  5. Chris Hales says:

    Wow..This equipment is so old school, I have not seen those limit switches since the 80's …..you guys need to go digital on these rooms. I'm from the UK and all those exposed live terminals are a no no and are a major hazard, in fact all of the wiring on the cooler and condensing unit control panel is so hazardous our health and safety officer would have a field day. Safety first my friend 😜👍

  6. Abc-co Leaks-info says:

    I didn't see this in the other comments but didn't read them all either: at 13:31 that black electrical line coming into the box looks like it has the green earth wire clipped off. (I don't know anything about all this but I like learning) Is that what I'm seeing?

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